El Paso, Marty Robbins, and Dec. 21, 1959 by Kaye Spencer #westernfictioneers #martyrobbins #countrymusic

(Reposted from Western Fictioneers’ blog 12/21/20)) Marty Robbins’ album, Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, was released in September 1959. El Paso, one of the songs on

Remembering Marty Robbins by Kaye Spencer #westerns #countrymusic #classiccountry #WesternFictioneers

Marty Robbins has a birthday anniversary this month—his 93rd, in fact. But, sadly, Marty died on December 8, 1982. He’d suffered his third serious heart

History #Trivia – May 15 to May 31 by Kaye Spencer

  May 15, 1940 – Nylon stockings went on sale for first time in the U.S. They were stronger and& cheaper than silk stockings and

History #Trivia – Week of April 9 – April 15 by Kaye Spencer

April 9, 1872: Samuel R. Percy was issued a patent for dried milk. April 10, 1912: RMS Titanic set sail for its first & last

‘The Comanchero’s Bride’ – Kaye Spencer blogging at Prairie Rose Publications

I’m blogging at Prairie Rose Publications about my upcoming re-release of a novella-turned-full-length-book, The Comanchero’s Bride, which is scheduled to release on March 17th. Stop

Remembering Marty Robbins at #PrairieRosePubs blog

Stop by Prairie Rose Publications’ blog to read a quick tribute to my favorite country music artist, Marty Robbins. http://prairierosepublications.blogspot.com/2015/12/remembering-marty-robbins-by-kaye.html     Until next time,